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4.2 out of 5 stars
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4.2 out of 5 stars
The Emerald Scepter
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on 3 June 2017
I really enjoy this series only every read him before when he was writing with Clive Cusslar
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on 23 March 2017
An exciting book, had to keep reading to find out what happened next .
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on 7 March 2017
Great story.
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on 1 April 2017
If you enjoy Dirk Pitt you'll love this. Not hung up on the technicalities as Mr. Cussler gets but good twists
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on 30 October 2017
Typical stuff but a good read. Nuggets of knowledge gleaned from the middle East plot.
A story which you could picture.
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on 4 March 2017
This book has a great plot with twists and turns that keep you glued to the page. All the facets have a sense of reality and nothing too far fetched but still intriguing.
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on 4 February 2015
The lure of hidden treasure an archaeological prize of unimaginable value if it exists and if it can be found would be an engaging tale on its own . Add the shadowy goings on of government security and intelligence departments , plus the efforts of a terrorist organisation also looking for the treasure and ' eliminating witnesses ' on the way ; throw in a retired navy SEAL and some friends that are very good looking after themselves and you a recipe for adventure , life threatening danger and cold blooded murder . A thoroughly enjoyable read !
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on 26 October 2015
Paul used to "ghost" write with Clive Cussler so the style is familiar. If you like that style, which I guess I must do - this is a great book.

A bit corny in places and cliched in others, but an entertaining read which I didnt want to put down.
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on 19 September 2015
Paul Kemprecos has written a lively and energetic novel that moves at a rapid pace, reflecting the talent that Clive Cussler must have seen when he persuaded Kemprecos to co-write his NUMA novels. This book precedes those that he wrote with Cussler and, interestingly, is very much marine based as are the NUMA novels. The plot is well woven, and the characters are developed thoroughly. The whole issue of Prester John and his fabled treasure is well covered, with the Sceptre itself playing a major role in the storyline. The problem of what to do with it in resolving the story is well handled, and the people who would misuse it are dealt with in a very satisfactory manner.
Great fun.
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on 4 December 2014
I've enjoyed Paul Kemprecos' joint writing ventures with Clive Cussler, but hadn't read any of his own works. I chose this one because it was going cheap on Kindle - but I've greatly enjoyed reading it. The pace is fast, the storyline addictive. Couldn't put it down.
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